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Trigeminal Neuralgia vs. TMJ–What’s the Difference?

Medical terms aren’t always the easiest to understand. At Smile Columbia Dentistry, we want to make it easy for our patients to understand every condition or term we talk about. If you suffer from TMJ, you might have heard trigeminal Neuralgia at some point. To help you better understand what the difference between [...]

By |November 6th, 2019|Neuromuscular Dentistry, TMJ|Comments Off on Trigeminal Neuralgia vs. TMJ–What’s the Difference?

Can Teeth Be Fixed If They Relapse After Braces?

You finally decided it was worth the investment to get your teeth fixed and invested in braces. You loved the results, but unfortunately they didn't last. Your teeth moved back to where they were before. Sometimes they relapse quickly, or it may take years, but many people end up with crooked teeth again. [...]

By |November 1st, 2019|Braces|Comments Off on Can Teeth Be Fixed If They Relapse After Braces?

What is Smiles By Tomorrow?

Smile Columbia Dentistry is proud to offer a revolutionary dental treatment, Smiles By Tomorrow. This treatment can give you back a full smile in as little as two hours. Not only will Dr. Adam Hahn replace your missing teeth, but they will feel as natural as possible. Learn more about Smiles By Tomorrow [...]

By |October 17th, 2019|Smile by Tomorrow|Comments Off on What is Smiles By Tomorrow?

Unusual Causes of Gum Infection

Most of the time, your gum infection is caused by the basic oral bacteria that are constantly fighting to gain a foothold in your mouth. But sometimes there might be a strange cause for your gum disease that could take a little extra attention. Gum Tattooing Remember when we watched that Gum Blackening Is All About Teeth Whitening

By |October 3rd, 2019|Gum Disease|Comments Off on Unusual Causes of Gum Infection

Can Porcelain Veneers Help You Avoid Braces?

If you’re an adult, odds are you don’t want to get metal braces. With so many treatments available today, you don’t actually need to get metal braces. Unfortunately, all orthodontic treatments take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years to complete. For patients with mild problems, orthodontics might be skipped altogether by utilizing one

By |September 18th, 2019|Braces, Invisalign, Porcelain Veneers|Comments Off on Can Porcelain Veneers Help You Avoid Braces?